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Old 04-23-2013, 04:03 PM   #76187
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Originally Posted by Thumper Dan View Post
Has anybody tried the new Mojave Shock from Procycle..........probably not as they've only just started selling them.

I spoke to their staff and I'm slightly confused about what the Mojave Shock offers. Staff member said it only has damping control but no compression but has Cogent's new internals (shaft etc all new). Where as the exchanged one (if I sent my stock shock to cogent) has damping and compression. To tell you the truth, I don't understand the two and maybe confusing myself.

Anyway, I'm sure the Mojave has to be an improvement over stock.
The Mojave shock has adjustable rebound damping but the compression damping is fixed. There is no prevision to adjust the compression but it could be changed by altering the valve shim stack. This is pretty common for non-reservoir shocks as there is no place to actually put the compression adjuster. The internals are the same as Cogent's 'shock shaft assembly". It's the same stuff that Cogent puts inside their reworked shocks (which ProCycle has also).
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